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Trauma:
Hi. I just received a WA90CE VSB acoustic/electric for my 45th birthday! Yaay me. I can't find any specs on the guitars build and hardware, when made, etc. Just looking for the story of this particular model. If anyone can direct me to the info I would appreciate it. Also the serial number breakdown.  Thanks.
SN: L17011092

philpm:
Based on what I can find, this has a select spruce (laminated) top and laminated mahogany back and sides.  Tuners are Grover-style diecast.  Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard.  It looks like this was made specifically for the mass-merchandise stores (Guitar Center, Musicians Friend, Music and Arts, Music 123, Amazon), which is why the website has no info.  Hope this helps!

Trauma:
Thanks so much for the info. Appreciate it.

My2sweetpees:
I have inherited a Washburn D 25-12 from my father. It has two sets of #'s inside one to the left of Washburn tattoo (10167) and the other is on the top in the inside. 808011. I took it to the guitar shop for new strings, cleaning and tuning. The guy was really interested in it and said that it was a really guitar and sounded amazing for it's age. He didn't comment further except to say that they would give me a good deal if I wanted to get rid of it. Which I don't. It's a piece of my dad that I have now to remember him. Does anyone have any ideas about this guitar. I don't know what year it was made or where. I'm happy to have it regardless. He loved this guitar.

ship of fools:
made 1988 southern jumbo solid cedar top laminate Ovankol  mahogany S/B tortoise pickguard made between 85-92 value in excellent shape should be around $300 with case might have the W at the 12th fret

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